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Insignia sport mp3 drivers for vista home premium

I installed software fine , but when i connect the mp3 to transfer music it tells me its not connected and system is searching for drivers. any help would be great

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Re: insignia sport mp3 drivers for vista home premium

  • my screen is fuzzy
  • it frequently freezes while playing music

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Cant convert music from mp3 player to computer

MP3 is a format recognized by all computers.

What type of player you have? You may need a specific way to connect or specialized software to transfer song from the player onto your computer.

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Well here is what you can do that may work

1.) go to the manufactures web page for your device and download the new drivers for Vista (ONLY IF YOU DONT ALREADY HAVE IT).

2.) Download the music managers software for windows vista.. eighter from the devices manufactures home page or you can try this

3.) You can transfer music directly to your device by copying and pasting it.. You device will show up in Compuer as a drive..

Let me know what happens or if i misunderstood your question

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How i transfer music from my insignia sport to my laptop

The Insignia Sport works just like a flash drive.

When you connect the sport to the laptop with a USB cable, you shoudl see a window asking what you want to do with the player. If not you can go to "My Computer" and see the player as another drive.

When you open the Insignia player you should see the music files and can transfer them off the player and onto your laptop.

If you are looking at transfering DRM (protected) music files, you should be able to transfer them but they will not play on a computer that was not authorized by the content provider.

Hope this helps!

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I need drivers for insignia mp3 player for Vista Home premium

If you install it to your computer as "Add Hardware" your computer will source the drivers for you.

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New update from Rhapsody, messing me up

I would recommend reinstalling the original software/drivers. You can find them here.

Dec 26, 2009 | Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player

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The mp3 player is frozen


Nov 23, 2008 | Insignia Sport MP3 Player

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Insignia players mount on almost any computer with the generic mass storage driver. Two extra drive letters appear in Windows Explorer when the usb is plugged in. You can then drag your music into the Music folder. You can use any mp3 encoder/cd ripper software. Otherwise the CD contains software that is either available elsewhere (Rapsody) or is commercial software. (MediaConverter 2) is the reason why Insignia doesn't have the CD contents available for download on their website.

Jul 12, 2008 | Insignia Sport MP3 Player

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Downloading music

Insignia players come with Rapsody on the CD. However, Insignia mp3 players can use the generic mass storage driver in almost any computer. When you plug in the USB cord, two extra drive letters will show up in Windows Explorer. Songs go into the Music folder. For neatness: Make new folder for each artist and under each artist, make a new folder for each album.

Also slight chance the USB mode got off of Automatic in the player's options.

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